heh, I've not given up the boozorz yet. I'm stil a conniseur of rums, vodkas and scotches. But I need to give up the other vice. Ten years of it is enough for me. Course, if I actually tried to smoke an entire carton, I think that would up and kill me straight away. Either that, or my lungs would crawl out my mouth and beat me.
Electricity tastes good. No, seriously.
Fast processor with leaky cache; Slow system bus; Lots of RAM but leaks worse than the cache; Graphics card frequently displays millions of colours. Not always when appropriate; Hard drive safely storing everything, but doesn't always allow access (permissions need repairing); Optical drive: I can read fine in the absence of beer; Airflow frequently contaminated; PSU overworked and probably slightly clogged; Water cooling kicks in more often than it should;
OS: Holding up remarkably well all things considered....
Post edited by: waragainstsleep, at: 2005/12/13 15:33
uh, you're so not alone. my car's license plate is:
had that plate for ten years now, and I'm NOT giving it up
I'm hoping for either an Apple or Star Wars inspired vanity plate for my first car. Originally, the car I was looking at was a '92 Mitsu-Bitchy Eclipse, which I affectionately called "The Wedge," and so I was thinking it might have been--yep, you guessed it--ANTILES. My family got a Honda Odyssey a few years ago, and we were hoping for ODDISHE, but wound up with URSOVAN (think Carly Simon).
In terms of SciFi TV shows, though, FarScape pwns all...
Cheers! :-) - JediJoker
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